New York Times

The New York Times (NYT) is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851. It has won 112 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other news organization. Its website is one of America's most popular news sites, and the most popular among all the nation's newspapers, receiving more than 30 million unique visitors per month as reported in January 2011.The paper's print version remains the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States and third-largest newspaper overall, behind The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Following industry trends, its weekday circulation has fallen to fewer than one million daily since 1990.
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  • A Place Where Solos Can Work Away

    … myself, I was intrigued to learn, via the New York Times of co-working vacations. As the article, by Tanya Mohn describes, These new [co-working vacation] centers are an offshoot of co-working spaces, which offer the benefits of an office environment on a temporary basis. But they also provide a place to sleep, have fun and mingle with colleagues…

    Carolyn Elefant/ My Shingle- 2 readers -
  • Best of 2007: That’s a wrap

    … boasting particular qualities. Not any more: Wrapped in Subway Logos, Free City Condom Is a Hit – New York Times: In just a month, the city gave away five million of its new subway-themed condoms, officials said yesterday. Lest you read past that number unimpressed, consider that that was about two condoms for every man living in the city…

    Ron Coleman/ LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION®- 3 readers -
  • Morning Docket: 01.20.15

    … to disputed rumors, associates in some practices of at least one Chicago law firm didn’t receive any bonus at all. Which firm? [Crain’s Chicago Business] * We often complain that women are getting the short end of the stick in Biglaw, but today we’ve got a nice little caveat. At some large law firms in at least one city, more women are making…

    Staci Zaretsky/ Above the Law- 2 readers -
  • Weekly Tax Roundup

    …, by Robert W. Wood NBC News, Do the Rich Pay Lower Taxes Than You? New York Times, Amazon’s Tax Deal With Luxembourg May Break Rules, E.U. Regulator Says Politico, Microsoft Doesn't Skirt Fight With IRS Tan Analysts Blog, China's Fiscal Roadmap: Tax Like America, by Robert Goulder Tan Analysts Blog, Frack It, Tax It, by Christopher Bergin Tan Analysts Blog…

    Paul Caron/ TaxProf Blog- 6 readers -
  • Status Updates

    … as its founders had hoped. Conditions nevertheless seem ripe for ThinkUp’s success. A New York Times “Personal Tech” columnist reported that he found ThinkUp “to be an indispensable guide to how [he] navigate[s] social networks,” and, given the prevalence of news stories describing a social media gaffe’s potential to ruin someone’s reputation and career, you’d think there’d be no shortage of people willing to pony up $5 to help them stay in their online communities’ good graces. …

    Aaron Rubin/ Socially Aware Blog- 3 readers -
  • Tribute: A Liberal in the House of Harry Jaffa (1918-2015)

    … Harry Jaffa (credit: Ohio State University) 1-14-15: 1:03 a.m. My mind races. How does one pay tribute to someone with whom one disagreed on several important issues? – issues about life and law and other things that matter. That question confronts me as I sit down to pay tribute to Harry Jaffa, someone who taught me much and always treated me…

    Ronald K.L. Collins/ Concurring Opinions- 6 readers -
  • A “Money Blind” for Research into Maternal-Fetal Medication Risk?

    …, which brings with it justifiable concern about conflict of interest. A pharmaceutical manufacturer undertaking research into the use of one of its drugs during pregnancy knows that if the drug is associated with an increased risk of fetal harm, the manufacturer could suffer a laundry list of negative sequelae, ranging from being asked to conduct…

    Kate Greenwood/ Health Reform Watch- 3 readers -
  • Hearing from the talented people of Charlie Hebdo, in their own words

    …, the dangers that accrued to exercising free speech were very much on the staffers’ minds. But they were resolute—to the end, for many of them. It is haunting to see the words on the screen indicating birth and death dates of the speakers. Here is the video: And here is a terrific cartoon by Tom Toles of the Washington Post that asserts…

    AZ Attorney- 4 readers -
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